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leadership as well. ms. hanabusa of hawaii. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from hawaii is recognized for one minute. ms. hanabusa: thank you, mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: 1 1/2 minutes. my apologies. ms. honor buicea: i rise in support of the motion to instruct conferees which requires a plan for promoting the security of afghanistan women and girls during the transition process. i have been a supporter of an accelerated withdrawal of troops from afghanistan but believe we must do so responsibly. part of this responsibility lies in protecting the gains we have made by afghan women in ensuring they have a role in creating the future of their country. since 2001, women in afghanistan have made tremendous progress in being able to educate themselves and diversify their ways to provide for their families. they receive better health care and can move freely about within their communities. this progress, which has come at a great cost to the women and men of our armed services, must be preserved and furthered. to lose these gains would be to minimize the great sacrifices that our
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